Physical Therapy Brooklyn
Specialists In The Musculoskeletal Field Focus+Expertise=Great Results
Physical Therapy comprises a wide variety of techniques designed to restore function, improve range of motion, increase flexibility, resolve an injury, alleviate pain, and improve the quality of life.
Precision Care Medical & Sports Performance Physical Therapists pride themselves in the utilization of many different manual/hands-on skills that they use to treat soft tissue and joint problems, pain, injury, various diseases, and musculoskeletal dysfunctions.
The methods they use also include an extraordinary variety of highly specialized exercises, manipulations and mobilizations.
Many conditions can be healed without surgery, and may even heal better without it. Physical Therapy can often benefit patients for years, enabling them to live a more active and pain-free life. Successful treatments help patients to move better, faster, and to learn healthy habits that can help them avoid future problems.
Injuries and ailments treated by Physical Therapists at Precision Care Medical & Sports Performance
- Chronic back pain
- Lower back pain
- Knee injuries
- Hip replacement recovery
- Foot pain
- Ankle sprains
- Neck pain
- Sports injuries
- Post-operative care
Experience The Real Difference With Physical Therapists That Care
Our elite group of Physical Therapists establish relationships with every patient built on trust and care. They will work with you to find the optimal solutions to any challenges you may face during your treatment and thereafter. Restoration of function and returning you back to your normal life fully recovered and pain free so you can do the things you love, is our key objective. It’s professional and precise care, infused with personal empathy.
Precision Care Medical & Sports Performance physical therapists goal is to break the cycle of an injury to prevent future re-injury. It’s a comprehensive, evidence-based approach. You will receive quality time with true professionals in the musculoskeletal field. Often times it can be a collaborative effort between your Precision Care Medical & Sports Peformance Physical Therapist and other health professionals. Our professional medical team consisting of Medical Doctor who is Board Certified in Physical Medicine And Rehabilitation and Fellowship Trained in Interventional Pain Management, Physical Therapist and Acupuncturist who will do whatever is necessary to get you on the quickest path to recovery.
They are focused on targeting and eliminating the root cause of your pain or injury while standard services may consider just the symptoms. The foundation is built on a treatment process developed by industry-leading healthcare professionals. The Approach is comprised of direct engagement with injured tissues through mechanical stimulations and manual interventions to initiate tissue remodeling—turning movement into tissue healing.
Precision Care Medical & Sports Performance ….’Recovery Redefined’
Along with the focus on manual/hands-on interaction, Precision Care Medical & Sports Performance Therapists are always up to date with the latest research to continually improve patient care, experience and outcomes. They pursue further clinical education and additional industry recognized certifications. They have access to a central database with your prior treatment notes, diagnostic imaging reports, foundational information, and additional research that supports their treatment approach. Our State-Of-The-Art office is beautifully maintained, spaciously minimalist, and has a refreshing, wide-open office space that continually creates a welcome atmosphere.
Because of this level of expertise and approach to care, you can generally expect fewer visits, better outcomes and healthier outlooks.
What happens after physical therapy helped and you’re better?
Precision Care & Sports Performance Physical Therapist’s objective is to provide lasting results and sustained wellness. It is fundamental to who we are: we break your cycle of the injury and do everything possible to help you reach or surpass your ultimate goal. As part of this philosophy of care, we also spend time educating and providing you with the necessary knowledge to maintain and even surpass your physical recovery state at the end of your care journey.
At some point after the treatment, your body might slip into one of those bad habits that triggered your initial injury or pain. As part of post-discharge care, we offer Tune-Ups to help avoid re-injury by addressing tightness or tension. Regular Tune-Ups can stop a relapse before it happens, since the #1 predictor of a future injury is a previous injury.
Why do you need a Physical Therapist?
Although you can do some exercises at home, the critical difference is the hands-on, observational work, applied clinical skills, and critical thinking done by our Physical Therapists. In order to achieve positive results, it is always optimal to have a medical professional evaluate your performance of exercises to ensure the appropriateness for the condition being treated. In most cases, the pain associated with your injury will cause you to compensate in your movement, making it difficult to improve and, in some cases, causing an entirely new source of pain. An engaged, observant physical therapist is trained to watch for these movement disorders and ensure that you move correctly to benefit maximally from the exercise.
Then, there’s this question: “If I just rest, won’t the injury heal on its own?” Well, it may. But, chances are you will continue to adjust your movements to cope with the injury and pain, and then your condition worsens.
Precision Care & Sports Performance Physical Therapists use functional exercise programs, specifically tailored to each individual in order to restore function. They employ soft tissue treatments, joint mobilization/manipulation, and manual therapy to facilitate a more predictable, comprehensive, and rapid recovery than would be likely without such techniques.
Most importantly, special lines of questioning and a physical examination build a unique musculoskeletal profile, which may be used to predict your future injury potential.